Dropbox to focus on real time document collaboration - COO

Thursday 29 January 2015 | 23:50 CET | News
Online file storage service Dropbox has benefited from partnering with brands like Samsung to reach very broad adoption and the company is improving how it target people by phone make, model and geography, COO Dennis Woodside told the Telegraph. Dropbox, which stores some 30 billion Office documents, will increasingly focus on document collaboration, such as allowing users to see who is working on Office documents and to see changes in real time. Real time document collaboration could be added to other programmes used by designers and architects, said Woodside. According to the COO, "We

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Companies: Dropbox / Samsung
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